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2008 Honda Accord Euro Luxury Review

We bought our 6-speed manual CL9 Luxury Euro new in February 2008 – it was one of the last CL9 models left in the country prior to the CU2 (the last, and larger Euro) release. Our Euro is now at ~92,xxxkms. Initial run-in seemed to take forever – between 2,000 to 3,000kms before it loosened-up...

2013 Honda Accord Euro Luxury Navi Review

Deciding to retire my 2010 Holden Cruze CDX Diesel as I was beginning to have a few problems (4 Fuel feed lines in 3 years, Shock Absorbers, CV Shafts, and 2 sets of break pads all in 65,000km) I decided to shop around a little, I wasn't going to go back to a Holden dealership as I wasn't going to own another re-badged Daewoo...

2004 Honda Accord V6 Review

The search for a new car came, after the 13 year old faithful Toyota Corona, parked on the side of the road was involved in a hit and run, resulted in extensive damage to the rear and roof making it a write off. In 2005 we wanted a reasonably priced mid-size Japanese V6; test drove the Nissan Maxima, felt clumsy, and ruled out the Camry at the time as it was near the end of its product cycle...

2012 Honda Accord VTi Review

This is the perfect family sedan. The interior feels as spacious as a large family sedan but you only have to worry about paying the fuel bill for a 2.4L engine. The interior is very comfortable and built to a high quality. I love the styling of the front of the vehicle although I think the designers got the rear wrong...

2008 Honda Accord Euro Review

How can I express how much I love my Honda Accord Euro Not only does it look beautiful it have great fuel consumption for its size, it also handles and brakes well, is extremely comfortable and is easy to park. Even my mechanic loves my car. Honda is a great choice for style, quality and value for money.

2008 HONDA ACCORD EURO Review

Very happy customer. Car is very reliable, pleasant, smooth drive. No probs in five years. Very happy with fuel consumption, especially on highways. Highly recommended.

2012 HONDA ACCORD VTi LIMITED EDITION Review

Extremely uncomfortable front seats - like concrete blocs. Also, design issue – the back part dips too low and there is no sufficient lumbar support. There are many drivers’ complaints on the internet about this problem with Honda Accord. The seat caused me so much back pain I had to sell the car back to the dealer at great financial loss.

2002 HONDA ACCORD VTi-L Review

I traded my 2007 Honda Jazz down to one of these as it was simply too small for a growing family, plus my wife only has an automatic license. For a used buy, a sixth generation Accord (98-02) represents fantastic value. The VTi-L in my opinion is the pick. The 4cyl engine is the very last of the F-series and had been evolving since the early 1990s - it's as strong as an ox...

2012 HONDA ACCORD EURO Review

I compared three vehicles the Nissan Maxima, Mazda 6 Touring sedan and once I sat in the Honda I was impressed with the looks and price. I have owned a Mazda 6 sedan and modified it to suit my needs. I see a lot of potential for this car with minimal cost to make it look low and fast. I have already looked at bigger wheels/tyres and window tinting...

HONDA ACCORD VTi 2010 Review

When you want a large car that’s efficient and cheap to run and also offers plenty of space, only one car comes to mind – Toyota Camry! Otherwise known as white goods on wheels, the Toyota Camry is known for its reliability, low running costs and ability to haul the family or friends in comfort. These were the features I needed when shopping for a second car...

2012 HONDA ACCORD EURO Review

I've test driven Honda Euros a couple of times. It is hard not to be impressed. Everything is where you want it, it's comfortable, and not a bad looker. And as it's Honda, reliability should be A1. Then a reality check - you put your foot on the pedal - and not a lot happens (no it's not the brake pedal). It's a car that likes at least 4000rpm to move along...

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